Dry Creek Elementary Parents, Teachers, & Community,
The Dry Creek Elementary PTCO Board has recently posted the Dry Creek Elementary PTCO Budget for the upcoming 2018-19 school year.
A copy of the budget and the PTCO's Mission can be found HERE.
This budget will remain available online for at least 30 days and will be ratified on April 27th, barring any further revisions. A public vote will be held on April 27th, 8:15 AM, at Dry Creek Elementary.
If there are any issues or concerns, please contact the PTCO President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado Department of Education recognized 16 Cherry Creek schools for outstanding student growth and achievement during an awards ceremony held March 1 at the Denver Art Museum. Holly Hills Elementary received the Colorado Centers of Excellence Award, Heritage Elementary received the Governor’s Distinguished Improvement Award and 15 Cherry Creek schools received the John Irwin School of Excellence Award.
“These awards affirm the work that Cherry Creek teachers are doing every day in every classroom,” said Dr. Harry Bull, superintendent of Cherry Creek Schools. “Our commitment to inclusive excellence, to meeting the needs of all learners and ensuring that all students have access to and support for rigorous coursework, is paying off. Our students are learning, growing and succeeding.”
Read more about this prestigious award HERE.
The Dry Creek Elementary PTCO is proud to say that we've raised ~$39,000 so far this school year.
WAY TO GO to the parents, teachers, and community members that have helped us this far!
We still have a long way to go and are looking forward to exceeding our $55,000 goal for this year! Help us out by DONATING today!
Dry Creek Elementary PTCO Board
NICHE.COM has rated Dry Creek Elementary School a Top 5 Public Elementary School in Colorado for 2018!
Check out the details here:
2018 Best Public Elementary Schools in Colorado
The 2018 Best Public Elementary Schools ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, grade school ratings, and the overall quality of the school district.